The developers will offer players a complete toolkit for working with the games of this studio.
Swedish Paradox Development Studio is currently working on the historical strategy game Imperator: Rome, which is scheduled for release next year. The game will use the Clausewitz engine, which the studio has been using for ten years, but now it will undergo one important change.
A tool called Jomini (named after the French-Russian general Heinrich Jomini) will be added to the engine, which will allow creating editors for games released on Clausewitz.
According to one of the representatives of Paradox, in the future half of the development team will work specifically on creating tools for creating modifications. It is not yet known how widespread this will provide to the players.